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Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard's uninhibited style has landed him in the spotlight recently. He's been outspoken about the state's opioid crisis and has weighed in on political campaign disputes. Comment?
Here at Word of Mouth, we spend a lot of time researching, recording, and listening to wonderful - and sometimes weird - audio. Today, a new installment of "Overheard." Comment?
Amtrak officials say the Downeaster train line has improved its reliability this year, following delays and other issues in 2015. The Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority says 90 percent of Downeaster trains are now running on time, and that customer satisfaction is at 92 percent, one of the highest rates in the country. Comment?
At home, parents try to keep their children on a regular sleep schedule, with the evening bedtime transition marked by rituals like reading stories, flipping on night lights and getting tucked in with favorite stuffed animals. But the difference between night and day blurs in hospitals, making it more difficult for young patients to rest when they need it the most. Comment?
Steve Mistler reports on Gov. LePage's reaction to pressure that he retract comments about a Deering High School nurse reviving an overdosed student three times. But Portland Police Chief Michael Sauschuck says one of his officers is the man the governor is citing as source, and he says the officer never mentioned a student, much less one at Deering High School. Comment?
The NBA is a league of millionaires, where even the lowest-paid benchwarmer earns more than $500,000 a season. But away from the spotlight, hundreds of players are striving to break in, grinding in the minor league basketball trenches of the season that stretched through cities like Bakersfield and Grand Rapids, there was one shot that stood out - for both the team and the player who made it. Comment?
Energy company Kinder Morgan announced yesterday it is shelving plans for its controversial natural gas pipeline project through Southern New Hampshire. The news will likely increase the focus on other infrastructure projects in the region. Comment?
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